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The Up and Comers Show is a podcast about the process of becoming. Our tagline is “learning how to live a good life” which we believe takes living with “intention in the tension” because life is inevitably filled tensions we must live within. Hosted by Thane Marcus Ringler, this show aims to unpack the stories of other inspiring up and comers in long-form interviews, share conversations with fellow peers on common issues we face in this phase of life, and provide concepts and ideas in shorter topical episodes that will help us live a purpose driven life of intentionality.

The Up and Comers Show Thane Marcus Ringler

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The Up and Comers Show is a podcast about the process of becoming. Our tagline is “learning how to live a good life” which we believe takes living with “intention in the tension” because life is inevitably filled tensions we must live within. Hosted by Thane Marcus Ringler, this show aims to unpack the stories of other inspiring up and comers in long-form interviews, share conversations with fellow peers on common issues we face in this phase of life, and provide concepts and ideas in shorter topical episodes that will help us live a purpose driven life of intentionality.

    157: How We Change

    157: How We Change

    To change is human, but only as long as you realize that you need to do it to yourself as much as you want the next person to do it. How do we change, exactly? It is often easier said than done. A quick look at any aspect of human existence will show you how resistant we are to change when it comes to ourselves. In this rapidly changing world, we need to constantly check on this important responsibility to ourselves and the world around us. Join in as Thane Marcus Ringler brings this powerful message to us in this episode. Plus, tune in for Thane’s six reminders when facing change in our lives and in our world.
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    The most important thing is to really connect with your "why" and start doing your thing with a clear sense of purpose. If you are looking to have your voice heard by starting your own show, this episode is a must-listen. 

    • 17 min
    156: Jamie Winship: Living An Unconflicted Life: Stories Of Radical Faith In Unleashing True Identity

    156: Jamie Winship: Living An Unconflicted Life: Stories Of Radical Faith In Unleashing True Identity

    Conflict starts internally. To live an unconflicted life, we must learn how to live fearlessly in our true identity – that precious gift that God gave out of his love for us. Armed with this powerful, faith-centered philosophy, Jamie Winship spent decades bringing peaceful solutions to some of the world's highest conflict areas. The same philosophy powers Identity Exchange, a training and consulting company he cofounded. In this conversation with Thane Marcus Ringer, Jamie tells powerful stories of radical faith that brought him closer to God and his true identity, as well as his thoughts on the growth process, the role of fear, the conflict narrative, the need for forgiveness, and so much more. Learn how a deep understanding of God unleashes our true identity, eliminates internal conflict, and enables us to smash the conflict narrative that pervades the world we live in.
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    The most important thing is to really connect with your "why" and start doing your thing with a clear sense of purpose. If you are looking to have your voice heard by starting your own show, this episode is a must-listen. 

    • 2 hr 3 min
    155: George Towers: Communicating For Change: How To Be A Helpful Contrarian, Noticing More, Maybe Being Wrong, And Living In The Nuance

    155: George Towers: Communicating For Change: How To Be A Helpful Contrarian, Noticing More, Maybe Being Wrong, And Living In The Nuance

    In our quest to be perfect all the time, we sometimes forget to allow our human emotions to flow through and guide us towards becoming who we really are. Often, there is so much to be gained from allowing ourselves to be without any fear of being wrong. In this episode, Thane Marcus Ringler interviews George Towers, pastor at Denver United Church, to help us tap into the very human emotions that we tend to keep ourselves from feeling. They cover a range of topics from developing as a speaker who communicates for change, becoming a helpful contrarian, and noticing more, to understanding race and injustice in our country and living in the nuance. Plus, George further takes us into self-awareness, role models, perspectives on the bible, grit and tenacity, and more! Dive deep into this jam-packed episode where you’ll find how there is more to life if we allow ourselves to let go and learn from others.
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    The most important thing is to really connect with your "why" and start doing your thing with a clear sense of purpose. If you are looking to have your voice heard by starting your own show, this episode is a must-listen. 
     

    • 1 hr 29 min
    154: Couch Conversations With Evan Ryan Ringler: What We Are Learning, Questions We Are Asking, And New Habits We Are Instilling

    154: Couch Conversations With Evan Ryan Ringler: What We Are Learning, Questions We Are Asking, And New Habits We Are Instilling

    As we stay at home throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, it is a good time to start a process of introspection and reflect on our realizations in life. Life is a continuous path of learning. In order to move forward, we need to answer questions that we often forget to ask ourselves. What are we learning? What questions are we asking? What new habits are we instilling? Those are just some of the questions you can use to see how you have been living your life and what you can do to improve that experience. Join in as Thane Marcus Ringler has this conversation with his lovely wife, Evan Ryan Ringler. In this casual but powerful Couch Conversations episode, Thane and Evan share their realizations around effective communication, the things that matter, forming new habits, perfectionism, consistency and more.
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    The most important thing is to really connect with your "why" and start doing your thing with a clear sense of purpose. If you are looking to have your voice heard by starting your own show, this episode is a must-listen. 
     

    • 28 min
    153: Jeff Sheldon: Keep Showing Up: Stories Of Small-Scale Growth From A Designer By Trade And An Entrepreneur By Accident

    153: Jeff Sheldon: Keep Showing Up: Stories Of Small-Scale Growth From A Designer By Trade And An Entrepreneur By Accident

    A brand focused on creating and curating thoughtfully designed products, Ugmonk was launched in 2008 as a creative outlet to design products that Jeff Sheldon, its Founder, wanted to wear and use. Over a decade later, Ugmonk continues to expand its collection of well-designed products and clothing and attracts a passionate following from around the globe. Jeff joins Thane Marcus Ringler on the show today to discuss his advocacy and illustrate what it takes to run a small business successfully and do it sustainably.
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    The most important thing is to really connect with your "why" and start doing your thing with a clear sense of purpose. If you are looking to have your voice heard by starting your own show, this episode is a must-listen. 
     

    • 1 hr 26 min
    152: Being Helpful: 3 Suggestions For Entering The Conversation On Race, Justice, And Unity

    152: Being Helpful: 3 Suggestions For Entering The Conversation On Race, Justice, And Unity

    In this cultural moment that we are in right now with the Black Lives Matter Movement, it is not anymore acceptable to stand idly by and remain silent. If you are willing to join in on the fight but not sure how, then Thane Marcus Ringler has the episode for you! Being helpful, he provides three suggestions for entering the conversation on race, justice, and unity. He shows how we are all capable of stirring up change in the world. And while the change may not happen overnight, never get discouraged and continue to engage in these important conversations. Start with these three things Thane shares in today’s show.
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    The most important thing is to really connect with your "why" and start doing your thing with a clear sense of purpose. If you are looking to have your voice heard by starting your own show, this episode is a must-listen. 
     

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
98 Ratings

98 Ratings

rockhard543 ,

So thought provoking and inspirational!!

What an amazing podcast! Such topical and thought provoking interviews that always leave me inspired to do better. Thane has such an excellent interview style-after each podcast I feel as though I’ve learned so much about so many interesting perspectives of various topics that it always makes me wish that I had time to listen all over again! Lovelove!

wax and wicks ,

Wow!

This show really makes you think and will stick with you for awhile to ponder the content. Like seeing a really good movie that you think about the next day (or two)! Beautifully produced and I can tell a lot of thought goes into this show. Highly recommend!

aebray ,

Love the show!

I am relatively new to this podcast, but so far I love THE UP AND COMERS episodes! The interviews and topics are interesting and relatable in every day life which I appreciate. Thane is a great listener and I am always impressed with his attention to detail. Love the show, keep up the great work!

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